A water sample collected Wednesday showed elevated readings for E. coli bacteria.
Health officials say they will continue to keep a close eye on water quality at the beach and notify the public if there are any problems.
The beach will be closed at least until Saturday. Another sample was scheduled for Friday, and the results will be known Saturday.
Recognizing places such as Akron, Olcott, the Grand Island bridges and the former Bethlehem Steel plant made the suspense all the more thrilling for local audiences.
Village of Wilson Mayor Arthur Lawson thinks two projects triggered by the Lake Ontario flooding crisis will lead to economic opportunity for his community.
The Swim for Sight, as it is officially known, is traditionally held on the first Sunday in March.
The final trailer is out for the Buffalo-made film "A Quiet Place Part II" and it takes us right to the terrifying start of the alien invasion.
The project promises economic benefits for small businesses that would see an increase in patronage from the untold numbers clamoring for more fresh-air activities.
Plans are afoot for a major expansion of the Niagara River Greenway Trail along the Lake Ontario shore as far east as the former Somerset power plant, the first such path on the eastern side of Niagara County.
In keeping with its name, “A Quiet Place 2” has maintained a low profile while filming locally this summer, but it is quietly becoming the biggest movie ever shot in and around
For the 50th year, hundreds of courageous swimmers of all ages braved the chilly waters of Lake Ontario at Krull Park during the annual Olcott Polar Bear Swim for
The Clinton Lounge offers unusual comfort food, while KatAli’s brings Mediterranean to Alden. See what else is
A Niagara County sheriff’s deputy rescued a drowning 4-year-old girl in Lake Ontario Thursday morning at Olcott Beach and authorities later charged the girl’s father. Deputy John Vosburgh responded to a call just after 8 a.m. that an unsupervised girl was in the water in the area of Krull Park, and that she appeared to be drowning, according to the
The Krull Park beach in Olcott is back. The Niagara County beach opened for the season on Saturday, after losing all of last summer to high Lake Ontario water levels and the damage caused by the high water. The beach will be open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, with lifeguards on duty. Krull Park is a year-round park covering more